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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    my theme tune for the next fortnight
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2Ma4BvMUwU
    :woo:
    HAHA! Intense. :p:
    Your sig terrifies me.
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    (Original post by SuperStaah)
    :ditto:
    I'm guaranteed at least a B in Sociology but I'm scared I'll get a C in my other subjects. :sad:
    same, I think its safe to say i'll have at least a B in english but for the other two, I don't know
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    (Original post by Summerrrr09)
    Im with u Char. i need BBB and doubt il get it :confused:
    phew. im glad im not the only 1 in this situation
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    (Original post by km31)
    wellll dont forget you still have two more weeks til results day! presumably the scott's thread will now die out since they have their results + many new threads to discuss them?

    loool true but stilll we wanna spam:p: we need to let out frustration
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    (Original post by kaytee.)
    same, I think its safe to say i'll have at least a B in english but for the other two, I don't know
    same as me problem is english is the subject i h8 the most nd its the 1 im best at
    i reckon im gonna get c's (maximum) in my other subjects, so i can kinda understand what SuperStaah means
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    char[/s].]same as me problem is english is the subject i h8 the most nd its the 1 im best at
    i reckon im gonna get c's (maximum) in my other subjects, so i can kinda understand what SuperStaah means
    Its a scary thought, isn't it? Especially, cos I need BBB. :sad:
    Agh! I hate waiting!
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    I can see the day already, so clearly.

    I'm going to sit at my laptop on the UCAS page without logging in for about 15 minutes and when I finally do log in, I'll have my hands over my face peeking through the gaps in my fingers to see my fate. What waiting fifteen minutes and looking through my hands will do to help, I don't know, but that's how I imagine the day.
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    Oh that reminds me of waiting for GCSE results 2 years ago, I didn't want to buy the uniform for 6th form because I wanted to wait for the results first...:o:
    I'm the same! There's currently a moratorium on discussion of anything after results day in my house for fear of jinxing the contents of the Envelope of Death :o:
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    Don't Panic

    Yeah, uncertainty is killing me.
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    Just wondering what ppl were thinking about their results. I'm so worried. . .ppl think I'll do well but I know for a fact my exams weren't as good as they could have been . . .I just feel like I'm going to let everyone who believes in me down.:eek3:
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    ditto - to everything you said
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=983296

    We feel your pain!
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    (Original post by kawaii_innocence)
    Just wondering what ppl were thinking about their results. I'm so worried. . .ppl think I'll do well but I know for a fact my exams weren't as good as they could have been . . .I just feel like I'm going to let everyone who believes in me down.:eek3:
    Totally agree. I guess we can only hope for the best now. There isn't really anything we can do about it at this stage. jUst hope we don't need to resit anything, what with interviews coming up huh?
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    Oh deary me.
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    Have really low expectations of your grades so that when they finally come..... HOPEFULLY you won't be as disappointed.
    Seems to work for me... sometimes.
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    After the exams I was like 'Whoop, that was easier than I thought!'
    But now I'm more like 'Oh noes! I didn't do well enough'
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    I'm a little worried.
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    (Original post by BeccaVilla.)
    Have really low expectations of your grades so that when they finally come..... HOPEFULLY you won't be as disappointed.
    Seems to work for me... sometimes.
    Thanks . . .my low expectation is probably what grade I am going to get tho lol. Just don't know how to face all the friends n teachersn parents who gather at our skl for results day . . .they ALWAYS go round asking ppl bout grades n stuff . . .
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    Yeah, the problem isn't my expectations - it's everyone elses.
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    tooo anxious
 
 
 
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